Barcelona striker Luis Suárez has taken step one on the street to restoration from damage long-term knee damage, which prompted the membership to think about signing a brand new striker in the course of the January switch window.
The Uruguayan worldwide has not performed for Barcelona since shedding to Atlético Madrid within the Supercopa de España earlier this month.
Suárez may very well be tried out for the remainder of the season after present process a proper knee operation, however Barcelona has already given followers followers an replace on his restoration confirming that he was already in post-operative therapy with the membership.
The 32-year-old is at the moment Barcelona's fourth-highest aim scorer with 191 in all competitions, simply behind László Kubala (194) within the membership's historical past books.
Suárez nonetheless has some work to do if he needs to overhaul César Rodríguez (232), to not point out Lionel Messi (618), however his absence within the coming months is one thing that has panicked the principle determination makers of the membership.
It's not bee determined to take a step for a brand new striker – Antoine Griezmann might nonetheless be used within the center by the brand new boss Quique Setién – however a handful of gamers have already been linked to a transfer to Camp Nou.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is seemingly on the high of their checklist of switch objectives and Barcelona is believed to need to signal the Arsenal star with a brief time period mortgage, however the deal Not surprisingly, there was no pull from the Premier League perspective.
Elsewhere, Valencia star Rodrigo is the final participant to be linked to hitch Barcelona in a 50 million euro deal – way over what the membership needs to pay for a brand new striker this month.
For a similar purpose, it’s unlikely that Lautaro Martínez will go away Inter in January, whereas Barcelona now suppose they’ll signal with Timo Werner of RB Leipzig for under 30 million euros.
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